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Lodge EC7D33 Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2018
I gave 5 stars to the Lodge EC7D33 Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven for many reasons. First being that it has held up great under regular use. I waited 15 months to do this review was because time slipped by so fast, but normally when I buy cookware and kitchen appliances I wait a 6-8 months to see if they hold up or fail. This one has held up fine. I have used cast iron cookware for over 30 years now. Knowing that enamel is very easy to chip I treat it like it is glass. I take extra care not to use metal utensils in them and never soak them in water for long periods of time before cleaning them. As with all cast iron I always heat them up slowly, never dry and never straight to high heat because that to can make the enamel chip or pop off. The same thing as heating them before cleaning them you need to allow them to cool down first.. For cleaning my Enameled Cast Iron only I use a worn out green Scotch-Brite Pad with some dish soap clean and scrub if needed. Mine are still nice and white inside and unchipped after many years of use. The newest one is the Lodge EC7D33 I use it weekly and I'm happy with it so far... If it holds up as long as my other old Lodge Enameled Cast Iron Cookware have, this one will be around long after I'm gone...